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I think we need a 1911 photo thread..!
With that being said I will be the first to post one…

This is my newest 1911 and I have to say I LOVE it…
Sig Sauer Scorpion full size with the G-10 grips with the built in mag well… Tritium night sights

This is a DREAM to shoot and out of the box accuracy that is unmatched!
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This one is my workhorse. Stainless, Springfield, Mil-Spec

I put a flat, mainspring housing and mag well on it. Changed the grips too.

Love this baby!
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Looks good... Guess there is not that many 1911 lovers on this site!
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Looks good... Guess there is not that many 1911 lovers on this site!
I will have to add mine,got to dig them out and get a few pics. Although I have become fond of the modern polymer handguns,I still carry a Kimber ultra or Colt lt combat commander,they just FEEL right. Ill be back later with pics,got to get my honeydoos done for the day first !
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Colt M1991A1 with standard govt issue type grips. I like to keep it simple.

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I impulse purchased this one today at a gunshow. $375, out the door. I put about 200 rounds through it this afternoon.

I dig it
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Philippine stamp on the frame. I really don't know much about it's manufacture.
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I think we need a 1911 photo thread..!
With that being said I will be the first to post one…

This is my newest 1911 and I have to say I LOVE it…
Sig Sauer Scorpion full size with the G-10 grips with the built in mag well… Tritium night sights

This is a DREAM to shoot and out of the box accuracy that is unmatched!
Saw that Sig 1911 at a LGS a few months back... and had to wipe the constant drool from my chin....til I got out of the store.

The temptation was BAaaaD......
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How do I get a pick of mine from my iPhone to here?
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Para P14-.45 "Black Ops", still breaking it in.


Taurus PT1911SS .38 Super. Had a trigger job and carbon fiber grips fitted and mounted.
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Retro.

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Nice and clean! What frame and slide? Baer?
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Here are my two 1911's. One is a Les Baer NM Hardball, and the other is a Colt Series 80 Enhanced:



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Nice and clean! What frame and slide? Baer?
Yes Sir, started with a National Match Hardball Pistol and had them delete the roll-markings from left side of slide, preform their Tactical Carry Package ("Dehorned" Carry Package for us old guys ), front night sight W/Trijicon insert. I fitted the Colt thumb safety and Novak rear sight after I'd received it.
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Yes Sir, started with a National Match Hardball Pistol and had them delete the roll-markings from left side of slide, preform their Tactical Carry Package ("Dehorned" Carry Package for us old guys ), front night sight W/Trijicon insert. I fitted the Colt thumb safety and Novak rear sight after I'd received it.
Thought it looked familiar. Very nice!
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Thank you, Sir. You have a couple nice looking 1911s yourself.
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Thank you, Sir. You have a couple nice looking 1911s yourself.
Thanks. My Colt is a bit beat up, but I've put a LOT of rounds through it over the years, and it's spent a good bit of time on my hip. I fit the beavertail grip safety (Wilson), extended thumb safety, deleted the Series 80 parts, did a trigger job on it and put in non-MIM hammer, sear and disconnector, fit a solid aluminum long-trigger and put in an arched MSH.

It's been a good gun. I still want to send it off to get the slide cut for Novak's and eventually, I'd like to re-blue to slide and have Robar checker and NP3 the frame. It's a shooter, though. Very accurate, yet loose enough that it's very reliable as well.
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